Perfluorocarbon liquid under pressure : a medium for gas delivery
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A novel method for CO2 delivery to a porous material is reported, wherein a perfluorocarbon containing dissolved CO2 has been used as a pressure-transmitting liquid in a high-pressure single-crystal X-ray diffraction experiment. Pressure causes the gas to be squeezed out of the liquid into the host crystal, monitored via a single-crystal to single-crystal phase transition on uptake of CO2.
McKellar , S C , Sotelo , J , Mowat , J P S , Wright , P A & Moggach , S A 2016 , ' Perfluorocarbon liquid under pressure : a medium for gas delivery ' CrystEngComm , vol 18 , no. 8 , pp. 1273-1276 . DOI: 10.1039/c5ce01989c
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DescriptionThe authors thank the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Scottish Government for a fellowship to Dr Stephen A. Moggach, and the Leverhulme Trust for financial support.
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